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by Hungry Lucy
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A collection of 9 live performances by Hungry Lucy, recorded during the Tea with Hungry Lucy podcast.
Topic: hungry lucy, live, performance, podcast, piano, vocals, female
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by Hungry Lucy Music
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On their third full-length album, genre bending duo Hungry Lucy prove to us, yet again, that the confines of one musical style just won't contain them. "To Kill a King" seamlessly traverses the musical spectrum from somber darkwave to catchy pop without missing a beat. Fans of Hungry Lucy's first two releases, "Apparitions" and "Glo", will not be disappointed with this fresh batch of inspired electro-organic productions crowned with Christa Belle's haunting voice....
Topics: Hungry Lucy, Trip Pop, Darkwave, Electronic Music, Christa Belle, War-N Harrison
Community Audio
by Hungry Lucy
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On their second full length release, "Glō", Hungry Lucy take their dark trip-hop sound and lighten it up a little. The duo, consisting of Christa Belle (vocals/lyrics/music) and War-N Harrison (music/production), beat the sophomore curse by producing an album that not only rivals 1998's "Apparitions" but surpasses it in songwriting, performance & production. The mellow grooves & beautiful melodies remain and are augmented by more diversity both in songwriting and...
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Topics: trip hop, downtempo, world, dance, club, electronica, female vocals, hungry lucy
Petcord - experimental electroacoustic netlabel
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Having spent some time creating cover artwork for netlabel artists under the alias Synflict, Marco Cervellin and Olliver Wichmann decided to team up together for creating music together for a change. Initially based on some sound fragments lying around, the tracks quickly evolved to what has finally become Prismatine, their debut release as Synflict. The music features huge contrasts (consonance versus dissonance, attack versus decay) and pauses as a means to interrupt a continious flow and...
Topics: electroacoustic, experimental, abstract